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The Secret to Transitioning: The Maxi Dress

The Secret to Transitioning: The Maxi Dress

Let's be honest, sometimes it is hard to decide what to wear when we are experiencing a new season: Sprinter. Also known as spring with a hint of winter. One day, you are layering with a cardigan or jacket, and the next day, you are reaching for your sandals. So, what garment should you could keep in your closet while the weather continues to transition? Say hello to the maxi dress. There is nothing more effortless than this type of dress. Maxi dresses allow you to explore your bohemian side and let out your inner 70s goddess. If you are a...


How to Get Your Child Into Modeling in Five Steps

How to Get Your Child Into Modeling in Five Steps

So, you've decided you want to get your child into the modeling business? Now what? Follow these five simple steps, and soon your kid could be earning income as a model and saving for their future.   Buy Annie Sleeveless Top   1. Be realistic. First, be honest with yourself about your circumstances. Your child should be free of scars, visible birthmarks, or defects. Even features and standard size development are preferred. Yet a quirky looking child can become a model just as easily as a traditionally cute child. Your kid must be friendly and obedient. If not well-behaved or...


Three Reasons to Rock the Rompers

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Three Reasons to Rock the Rompers

  Buy Salena Gold Sequin Wrap Romper   Rompers have been a staple in fashion for decades, they originated as children’s outfits, and in the 50’s Elvis rocked one too! I think if Elvis approves it must be worth a second glance. Let’s find out, they’ve been around this long, so what’s so special about them? After doing some research, I’ve found they’re perfect for any body type, functional, and are versatile for work or play. Versatile If you need one outfit to go to work, out on a first date, and a comfy beach outfit all in one, rompers...


Time-Management Tips for Triathletes and Gym Rats

Time-Management Tips for Triathletes and Gym Rats

Buy Black Twisted Back Top   At the start of each new racing season, I consistently find myself looking for ways to manage the demands of my career, family, and triathlon. Training for 3 different sports is time-consuming, but possible with simple planning and smart training.  To excel in triathlon, effective time-management is essential. If you are the typical age-group triathlete, you juggle your athletic goals with your family commitments and career demands. Being a triathlete requires a lifestyle that should bring you joy, not stress. Here are the top five ways to balance your commitment to triathlon with the...


Three Ways to Survive Without Cable TV

Three Ways to Survive Without Cable TV

For the past 6 months, my 12 year old twins and I have survived living without cable. This was not the first time I’ve pulled the plug on having cable television. Aside from it not being a very valuable use of time, I personally think the cost is outrageous. (Note: my kids are now 14, and it has been 2 years without cable). Having recently left a lucrative career to attend graduate school full-time, I’ve had to reduce my expenses. Although I’ve enjoyed many television programs–ranging from The Real Housewives series to almost anything on ESPN–it has been surprisingly easy...